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#148 We March On Loblaws At Dawn
Canadian grocery store billionaires duped us for 14 years — Vive la gift card!
January 4, 2018

Canadian grocery store billionaires duped us for 14 years — Vive la gift card!

Joshua Boyle, former Taliban hostage, faces 15 charges including sexual assault and administering a noxious drug. What did media miss in its initial welcome-home coverage?

Mayor John Tory and Toronto city staffers cite ‘miscommunication‘ as the reason homeless people were turned away from shelters across the city (which were definitely not at capacity, alright?).

The Quebec mosque shooting took place nearly a year ago. So how is Aymen Derbali— who was shot 7 times and left paralyzed when he attempted to stop the gunman — only just being acknowledged by Canadian media?

Journalist and activist Desmond Cole joins Jesse.

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